I’d be remiss as a star watcher if I did not at least have some commentary on the planned Moon bombing by NASA. How many times has lunacy been referenced when this has been spoken of? The overriding question, is of course, “why?” The party line is about a recent finding of water on the moon and some inane reasoning that we are going to blow holes in the craters to begin to extract this lunar essence move it across thousands of miles of space. Makes great sense to me! But what’s really taking place here? Let’s explore the scenarios:
• Bill Cooper and Richard Hoagland were right
In case you don’t know who Bill Cooper was, he was Alex Jones before Alex Jones was Alex Jones, though Cooper did not have the same luxury and cover of powerful forces that allow him to say whatever he wants as long as he doesn’t get too close to things. Cooper was in the Navy at one time, had some intelligence contacts, drank heavily, wrote the now classic “Behold A Pale Horse” which had everything from the “Silent Weapons For A Quiet War” doc to pictures of strange and rather large, unidentifiable objects on the, you guessed, it, The Moon. Cooper did short wave radio broadcasts, long before podcasts and youtube became the de facto medium for self-broadcast. He was eventually killed by an Eagar, Arizona sheriff in a brief shoot out at Cooper’s home in 1998. Cooper also shot and seriously wounded a second sheriff in the head.
I saw Cooper one weekend in Olympia, Washington, where he showed slide after slide of strange objects that looked like buildings on The Moon, after a long, drawn out, magnified version of The Zapruder film was dissected by him. He never quite came out and said what he really though, but later in his life, he thought that there was indeed a lot more going on on the surface of The Moon and ET’s than we had any idea of.
While Cooper was an outlaw archetype, Richard Hoagland projects more of the traveling oracle, rolling into to town with strange curios, fantastic tales and vivid speculation as big and wide as the full moon itself. I know Richard’s publisher and he told me that Hoagland wrote the now famous, “Monuments Of Mars” while in prison. Hoagland is brilliant and he’s a hustler. He spins hyper-dimensional physics around like it’s basic math and applies it to everything from space travel to Barack Obama’s (more about him later) election. Hoagland specializes in a surreal mix of exo-politics and X-files astronomy. He claims that there are indeed many objects on The Moon as well as Mars. Is this the beginning of eradicating those structures from our purview?
•This is the beginning of Obama’s Space Wars
Freeman is a free spirit to say the least. The son of an extremely high ranking, Bavarian Lodge Mason, you’d find Freeman at The Rainbow Gathering or Burning Man. He’s got a stoney vibe and an equally fluid perspective on reality. But don’t let his groovy, boho demeanor throw you off. Freeman knows his shit. He’s as well versed in occult symbolism and Masonic traditions as the more dramatic and less funny, Michael Tsarion. When Freeman is on, he’s a psychedelic sherpa trundling into the strange and synchronistic realms of meaning and magic. His take is, is that Obama is the president that will lead us into a space war. Freeman is into asteroids, like the one named, “Apophis” that is hurtling towards Earth. He believes that we’re either going to take on real aliens (likely good guys) or just fake it, ala “Project Blue Beam.” Through his father, Freeman is well aware of the fact that NASA is staffed almost solely by Masons. It’s rumored that Stanley Kubrick shot the first Moon lading as part of a deal with NASA and the government and that Kubrick would have all of his films funded thereafter. Jay Weidner has done some great work on this.
• The symbolic enactment of a space ritual
I searched high and low to find some mythological meaning of the word “Cabeus” which is where the 5,000 pound “Centaur” will implode at an angle, early Friday morning. What I found literally made me consider that all of this symbolic madness is might be real. You see, Nicolaus Cabeus was a Jesuit of Ferrera. In his first book, Philosophia Magenitica he apparently talks quite a bit about the property of loadstones. Here is a translation of taking the loadstone internally; ” some say that if it be taken in parcels inward, si quis per frustra voret, juventutem restituet, it will, like viper’s wine, restore one to his youth; and yet if carried about them, others will have it to cause melancholy; let experience determine.” Is this something akin to extracting liquids from the great goddess of the sky, the MAGNETIC companion to our own poles here on Earth? And what beast shall carry this forth? What creature will have the proper mythological import? The Centaur of course! Half man, half horse, he has equal parts instincts and reason. He is Sagittarius, firing his arrow skyward in the root chakra of Luna, into Cabeus’ sweet spot. This is of course an allegory for the sexual act, but one not likely born of mutual consent. Which brings us to the next set of possibilities.
• An act of ritual violence by Sun cults
To understand this perspective, you’d have to dive into a fair amount of material that would ground you in some understanding of Sun worship, to that extent, I would guide you to Codex Magica 22 to gain a fairly broad, comprehensive and insightful look into Sun worship as it has existed since Babylon and perhaps before. The patriarch has been built upon it as we worship all aspect of Apollonian (did I just reference Apollo while talking about the moon?) hero culture and consort with the Moon (Dionysus) only when it serves it’s/our need for power. So again, we’re staring down the image of aggression and even sexual submission forced upon the feminine, lunar, by the masculine, solar.
• Is Nicholas Roerich one of the missing keys?
I discovered that October 9th is the birthday of that mysterious mystic, Nicholas Roerich. Roerich was born in Russia and then later moved to India, where he became immersed in mysticism, archaeology and art. Roerich came from a long line of “Roerichs” who were of some sort of royal lineage.
One of Roerich’s calling cards to the west, and (there were many) was his relationship to a stone of another kind. “This Chintamani Stone,” which is of extra-terrestrial origin, and had supposedly been brought to Earth by emissaries from a planet orbiting the star Sirius and then handed over to Shambhala’s principal resident, the elusive “King of the World,” a monarch known by many mystics in the East but only by a handful of occultists in the West. In regards to its identity in the Holy Grail legends, the Chintamani Stone appears to be synonymous with the “Stone of Heaven,” the Holy Grail manifestation mentioned by Wolfram von Eschenbach in his famous Grail rendition known as Parzival, which is regarded by most Grail scholars to be the most complete and authoritative of the Grail legends.” Rumor has it that Roerich was in possession of part of the stone and returned it to Shamabhala (Tibet). The stone itself, is “is stronger than penetrating Radium and its dynamic rays can instantly increase a person’s own vibratory frequency while bestowing upon him or her the ability to see into the past and future, evolve into an immortal human being, or even secure world dominion. It has also been suggested that the stone can never be adequately tested scientifically because much of it exists in a higher dimensional frequency than the one we exist within.”
Roerich later became deeply involved with the League Of Nations and was an ardent supporter of a one world government. His foundation still exists today and continues to promote his one world, solar based, version of the planet. Roerich like other Russian mystics before him, such as Rasputin, held sway over key political figures. FDR was rumored to be enamored of him and even reportedly added the pyramid with the all-seeing eye and the capstone to the dollar bill, based on Roerich’s guidance. So now, October 9th itself becomes somewhat more interesting. We now have grail stones, capstones and loadstones, along with two guys named Nicholas/Nicolaus.
•The astrological take.
I cast a chart for when Centaur is supposed to implode with Cabeus and one of the more interesting aspects of it is where the Moon is placed, which is in the 10th house, just over the mid-heaven, in Gemini, at 7:31 AM EST, for Washington, DC, since this country is supposedly driving this project. There are grand squares, crosses and trines all over the place.
The Moon opposes Pluto, Saturn opposes Uranus, Moon trines Sun, trines Jupiter, Chiron and Neptune. It’s complex; pyramids within pyramids, x-marks the spot, the target of the lunar root in it’s cross hairs. The Moon enters the house of the underworld. Pluto rests in the Janus realm of duality, launching it’s phallic projectile into the moist, soft, underbelly of Luna, where the effluvial waters reside, locked in the loadstone of the mothers load.
Who knows what it will all mean? Just add it to yet another layer of profound weirdness, from dollar collapse, to Swine, to war in Iran, to Hardin, APF, who knows what else? Just don’t freak out.